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33 Sketches Paintings Sculptures Reliefs 1975 2008

Guilloume

ISBN 10: 1607431823 / ISBN 13: 9781607431824
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"Passion. Love. Joy. Commitment. Themes permeate the work of Colombian-born, New Mexico-living sculptor and painter Guilloume. A conversation with the effusive artist is a swirling dance of the same exuberant ideas that thread themselves through each of his works. While some artists hide their essences with obscure abstractions, Guilloume's work is truly a reflection of his soul. His is not a life of artifice or pretense: his work and his way of being the world are one. Guilloume credits the unconditional love of his wife Gladys and children for his continuing success. "...God gave me the opportunity to have a wonderful family-a wife and four children who are my daily inspirations, my biggest joy, and the loves of my life," he says. His body of work spans thirty-three years and, while his techniques and media have grown and evolved, the subject matter has remained constant. His human figures, devoid of facial features to allow the viewer to feel an affinity with them, exude what Guilloume calls "bolismo"-an emotional style characterized by round, lush figures and saturated, earthly colors. Most of his works involve more than one figure, and the figures always interact-holding hands, dancing, or embracing. The theme of unity, of a universal web of connection among all living beings, is an overarching statement of truth for Guilloume. Sometimes it's the negative space in his sculptures and round shapes in his paintings that offer a deeper exploration of human interaction-the conjunctions and spaces between individuals serve as metaphors for both our togetherness and out independence, our oneness and our separateness. Spending time with Guilloume's work, we are reminded that our most important acquisitions in life are not material things, but the deep spiritual relationships we build with other human being-those who help carry our burdens and celebrate our happiness and fill our lives with passion, love, joy, and commitment. ."

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